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How to Get Closer to Nature in Beijing

Beijing has more than just amazing cityscape to offer its visitors. There are also a wide variety of natural wonders that Beijing has to offer. For those nature lovers, here is a destination you really should put on your bucket list while visiting Beijing - Jingdong Grand Canyon.

Jingdong Grand Canyon

Overview of Jingdong Grand Canyon
Jingdong Grand Canyon Scenic Area sits 85km away from the urban area of Beijing, adjacent to the Pan Mountain in the south and next to the Great Wall at Huang Ya Guan section, Dule temple, Qing Leling, Wuling Mountain and other scenic areas. It has become one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Beijing for those nature lovers. It has long been hailed as a shining pearl embedded in Golden Triangle area of Beijing, Tianjin and Tangshan. The best time to visit this scenic area is from August to September.

The mountains of Grand Canyon all look like the sword thrusting in the sky, with a large number of rivers and lakes scattered in the Grand Canyon. The water is crystal clear just like silver, flowing from the valley and pouring into the lake. Wuyan Pool is inlaid in the valley, hailed as essence of Jingdong Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon stands way up high overlooking the innumerable mountains and valleys. A visit to the canyon feels like stepping back in time, very mysterious and quiet. Entertainment area and thrilling stimulation lead a person to endless aftertastes. Grand Canyon has a Youjing Garden which is filled with pine trees, setting the cottages, prepare for tourism colored tents and hammocks, forest bath, rest for tourists.

Highlight to Explore in Jingdong Grand Canyon
Jingdong Grand Canyon has a cableway to offer, about 268 meters long, with a drop of 22 meters, at speeds of 48km/hour. Set up between five pools and 800 meters elevation, the cableway boasts a total length of 1000 meters, 441 meters gap, operating speed of 1.25 meters per second. Between Taishan and Longmen Lake, there is a slide 4108 meters long, with a drop of 378 meters, boasting the longest slide in the world. Entertainment area is very thrilling, leading a person to endless aftertastes. Take the longest Jingdong Grand Century slide, passing valleys and canyons, take in mountains scenery, sample local products in the valley - all will be fun.

Overall, Jingdong Grand Canyon is well worth a visit if you want to take in some nature while visiting Beijing.